My Disneyland Paris Planning Guide 2018 | I'm Going To Disney!!

Plan my Disney trip with me! 

If you read my blog then you will know what a big fan of planning and organising. If  you love to have some organisation in your life then I will link my bullet journal posts, and 5 minute make up tips for your enjoyment.

As for Disney, I am so excited. At the age of 23 I have never been to Disney, until next week!

So I thought I would share my Disney planning tip with you all, because whether you are going to Disney or not its always fun to read and watch other people plan and go! (Maybe thats just me but I do love to live these experiences vicariously through others).

1. Plan When You Want To go.

The first thing we did was plan when the best time to go to Disney was. We found Tuesday-Thursday came out top and also outside of holiday times. This is when least people are at the park so you spend less time queuing and more time enjoying the park!

2. Deciding Where You Are Going to Stay.

This one can get tricky and really depends on how much you want to spend and how much travelling you want to do! For us, we didn't want to be too far away, but we did find the accommodation on-sight a little too pricey!

Something to make sure of here is that you dont end up spending what you save by staying outside of the park, on transport!

3. Do you want Food as part of your accommodation or are you happy to do your own thing?

Going all inclusive can be great, it saves time, takes the pressure of organising meals away, and means you dont have to roam around trying to find supermarkets. For me however, this isnt an option. Being on a dairy free, meat free, low gluten diet for my health, its much easier for me to organised my own food. Then I know I wont be sick whilst I'm away.

Im going to write a post on my food blog The Vogue Veggie, all about eating at Disney with food allergies. I will like it here once thats up!

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4. Looking at local shops and transport. 

The next key step in your plan is to suss out where the local shops are, and where transport is if you are staying outside of the park. If you are staying within the park, where about your hotel is, whats near it?

Finding out these key points can save so much time when you are there. If you already have an idea of where and how you are going, you dont have to waste time looking it up on your dodgey 3G, whilst wondering if you are going to miss and event!

5. What rides Do You Want to Go On & When are You Going to Do Them?

Coming up with a loose Itinerary is great. You wont miss any events that are on that you really want to see and you can plan to go on rides in similar areas so you arent wandering around wondering where the rides are and which you should go to next.

I say loose because even though its great to have an idea, sometimes things dont go to plan so being flexible is key!!

6. Join Facebook Groups.

This is the Facebook Group I am part of but there are loads. Get on social media, ask questions and learn from other peoples experiences!

7. Finally, make the most of your trip! 

Go and spend a day in Paris or another French city. See some culture and have the best time!



56 April Blog Ideas | Plus Themed Days Infographic

56 Blog Ideas for April

April; The Month Of Practical Jokes, Spring and A Lot of Showers

April blog ideas, themed content, april content ideas, blog inspiration,

This post is dedicated to bringing you SEO Friendly Blog Ideas, for April. This month I have created an Info-graphic filled with themed days to base your content around;  so no matter what point in the month you are at, whether you are looking for some great content ideas or just some blogging inspiration, you can bookmark this post and get creating the perfect blog content.

There are some great themed days coming up for you to base your content on, such as PBJ Day where I will 100% be making these PBJ oats, as well as salted caramel popcorn day, April Fools, and of course we will be full into Spring; so there's loads of content to be written. 

I've broken the content ideas down into categories so you can easily find the perfect content for you!

If you are a health foodie like me, make sure to follow my Instagram where I post new recipes and food photography everyday!


April 2nd Peanut Butter Jelly Day

Share what you got this Easter

Share your favorite Butter Jelly Dish for Peanut Butter Jelly Day

Share your favorite Recipe with Garlic for Garlic Day

Create Bugs Bunny Biscuits to Share for Bugs Bunny Days

Your favorite Pastel themed foods (Spring Inspired)

What you are giving Up for lent

Share a variety of chocolate covered cashew flavours (chilli, orange)

Your favorite English Muffin Toppings, for spring.

Share a Burrito Recipe for Burrito Day

Create an Eeyore inspired Birthday Cake for Eeyore Birthday

Jelly Bean Day your favorite jelly bean products.

Create chocolate coated pretzel animals and post a recipe for them 

 Aspiration & Social Media

Host a spring themed Social Media Giveaway

Instagram Goal for the month & how you plan to achieve it

Twitter Goal for the month & how you plan to achieve it

Facebook Page Goal for the month & how you plan to achieve it

Share a spring Pinterest Board

Tutorial on a spring themed Instagram

Share your current favorite social media apps-link to them.

How to Create The Ultimate Spring Pinterest Board

March Content Reflection

Your top blog posts from January

Your favorite Instagram Feeds from March


First walk of spring

Share a Photograph and Story of a Rainbow

Share Elephant themed content for save the Elephant day-

How to host the ultimate spring themed party

Host a Spring Themed Giveaway

Your Week In Pinhole Pictures

# of Things you want to achieve Before Spring

What you are most looking forward to about Spring

How to Plan Blog Content

Spring trends you are loving

Pastel homeware pieces you need to get your home on trend


Spring Makeup look

Peach Makeup Products you need for Spring

Your top spring blushers

3 Trending Makeup Products and Review

Full face of new in this spring

Spring skin care essential

Glossy spring lip products you love

Nude Eye shadows everyone needs for spring

The waterproof mascaras that are hayfever proof

 20 makeup items you love


Top 10 Spring Fashion Pieces

Fashion pieces and accessories featuring Elephants for Elephant day.

New in Spring

Lunch with friends

Pastel Pieces for Spring

New in florals

80’s Pieces that everyone needs to be wearing this spring.

Maxi dresses you need on your radar.

Your Top Party Outfit for World Party Day

Top Denim Pieces In Your Wardrobe for World Denim Day

The Top 20 Fashion Items in your Wardrobe

 Make Sure to send me the link if you give any of these blog posts a try as I would love to read them! Make sure to share this across social media to help anyone looking out for new blog inspiration!
Happy April!


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Nourishing Chocolate Loaf Cake (Vegan, Gluten Free, Refined Sugar Free)

How to Make Healthy Chocolate Cake From Scratch 

 Natural Ingredients

Quick & Simple

Nourishing, wholefoods, chocolate, orange, cake, natural, gluten free, vegan, sugar free, mum, kids, family

So you are looking for a healthy, low calorie alternative to cake? 

This healthy cake is made without flour and without sugar, and is the perfect recipe for everybody in the family as its full of nutrients.  This nourishing chocolate cake is a weekend bake essential, and is perfect for parties when you are hosting for guests with food allergies or catering for vegans. 

Fancy an alternative to chocolate cake? 

What makes this cake Nourishing & Allergen Free?

  • Molasses-Lowest sugar content of any sugar cane product, an its packed full of nutrients such as iron, calcium, B6, and selenium. 
  • Oat Flour-Oats are notorious for their health benefits. Filled with fiber, they help lower cholesterol levels, and they are filled with antioxidants. 
  • Tahini-A good source of methionine which aids in liver detoxification, and a great source of calcium (perfect for any dairy free individuals or vegans).
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The Recipe:

10 Minutes Preparation, 35 minutes Bake
Serves 8

What you will need:

  • 1/4 Cup Molasses
  • 1/4 Cup Tahini
  • 1 tsp Orange Extract
  • 6 tbsp Almond Milk
  • 100g Oat Flour
  • 1 tsp Baking Powder
  • 25g Cocoa Powder
  • 100g aquafaba 

For the coconut drizzle: 

  • 75g coconut cream (melted)
  • 2 tbsp maple syrup 
  • 1/4 tsp cornflour 


  1. Pre-heat your oven to 180c, and line a medium baking tin with baking parchment.
  2. In a bowl add your dry ingredients (flour, baking powder, cocoa powder)
  3. Whisk up your aquafaba, until it is doubled in size white and fluffy.
  4. Add your wet ingredients to your dry and fold in the aquafaba.
  5. Whisk together until completely combined.
  6. Place in the oven for 35 minutes or until a knife comes out clean. 
  7. Add your hard coconut cream to a bowl and melt over a saucepan of boiling water. To do this add a small amount of water to a saucepan and simmer, in a glass bowl place your coconut cream and place this over the water. Stir the cream until it is completely melted.
  8. In a separate bowl, add a 1/2 tsp cornflour and add 2 tbsp of almond milk to form a paste. 
  9. Mix in your maple syrup and corn starch mix, and whisk.
  10. Drizzle over your cake once it is cooled and leave to set.
  11. Decorate with Edible flowers or any decoration you like!

Make sure to share this recipe with anyone who needs to give this a try, and comment below what recipe you would love to see made easy & allergen free!

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Salted Caramel Cupcakes (VG, Refined Sugar Free, Natural)

Healthy & Nourishing Salted Caramel Cupcakes

Vegan, Gluten Free, Refined Sugar Free
Quick & Simple

Makes 6 (Prep 10 minutes, Bake 15 minutes)

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All this week I am sharing my ultimate healthy caramel recipes with you. I love sharing healthy alternatives to traditional 'junk food,' like Jules Arons Ultimate Banana Bread & my Baked Vegan Doughnuts.

Since going dairy free, I have really missed my caramel. Its so creamy and sweet, and there really is nothing like an indulgent caramel treat now and again. 

But Emily, you write a health food blog? How can I have caramel and cake when I'm trying to eat healthily?
Have no fear, you can eat healthily and still enjoy an indulgent cake; the best bit being it tastes incredible and you dont have to feel guilty at all, because everything in them is nourishing your body and doing you the world of good.

What swaps have you made to make these healthy?

Swap 1: Tahini rather than Butter. Tahini gives these cakes and incredible, subtle nutty flavour. Its dairy free, gluten free, and natural filled with vitamin E and vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5 and B15. as well as being an amazing source of calcium so if you are dairy free like me its an essential!

Swap 2: Oat Flour. This one is for all my gluten free people out there. Gluten isn't digestible and even if you aren't celiac it can cause digestive issues. To avoid any problems oat flour is used.

Swap 3: Using aquafaba rather than eggs. This is an ethical swap and one you dont have to make although its great if you are trying to loose weight as aquafaba is really low in calories. Its perfect for binding your cakes and helping them to rise. 

So now we know the health benefits lets get into the recipe! 


  • 1/4 cup Tahini
  • 100g Aquafaba
  • 150g Oat Flour
  • 1 tsp Baking soda
  • 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
  • 1/4 cup Agave Nectar 
  • 150 g dates
  • 50g cashew butter
  • 6 tbsp almond milk
  • 150g Coconut cream 


  1. Pre heat oven to 180 degree centigrade.
  2. Add your flour, & baking soda to a bowl.
  3. Whisk the aquafaba until doubled in size and frothy.
  4. Add your tahini, agave, vanilla and whisked aquafaba, to your dry ingredients and fold in.
  5. Spoon into 6 muffin cases and bake for 15 minutes.
  6. Whilst baking add your dates, cashew butter and milk to a blender. 
  7. Blend until smooth (if your blender is less power full, blend and then use a liquidizer to get a creamy consistency).
  8. Remove cakes from the oven.
  9. Whisk up your coconut cream whilst the cakes cool.
  10. Using a piping end make holes into the cake to halfway down.
  11. Pipe in the caramel mix.
  12. Once all cakes are filled, pipe over the coconut cream, into swirls.
  13. Top with your favorite cake topping! I used cherries, ginger, cinnamon, and date love hearts!
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Simple Chocolate Popcorn Bars (VG, GF, Refined Sugar Free)

Simple Vegan Gluten Free Popcorn Bars by Glow Steady 

Quick, Simple, Healthy 
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If you have found yourself on this page, then you are probably a sweet lover like me, and looking for a super healthy and delicious recipe which you can quickly make at home, and you have definitely come to the right place.

Today's post is a Healthy, Vegan, and Gluten Free recipe from the blog Glow Steady, written by the lovely Sophie! Both being plant based foodies, we decided to put each others recipes to the test, and as you will see we both opted for chocolate based recipes (we aren't chocoholics or anything!). If you want to find out how sophie got on with my healthy chocolate orange digestives click here .

These Chocolate Popcorn Bars are delicious, simple to make, plus super healthy and natural; no nasties here! They are well worth a try and I am so excited to share Sophie's incredible recipe with you all.

Healthy, vegan, rocky road, gluten free, refined sugar free, recipe, chocolate, dates, almonds, popcorn

What You Will Need:

  • Half a cup popcorn kernels
  • 1tsp sunflower oil
  • 100g pitted dates
  • 75g whole raw almonds
  • 100g dark chocolate
  • 1 tsp maca powder (optional)
To make this recipe even easier, or if you are worried about burning your popcorn, you can always buy pre-popped popcorn from the shops. I did this using half of a sharing popcorn pack; it worked perfectly!


  1. Line a baking dish with grease proof paper.
  2. First, we’re going to pop the popcorn so heat the oil in a small saucepan on a medium heat. Then add the popcorn and leave the lid on. You should hear it starting to pop after about a minute. It will take about 5 minutes in total. Shake the pan frequently to ensure it isn’t burning. Leave aside for 30 seconds to a minute after removing from heat before removing the lid. After removing the lid, stir in the maca powder if using.
  3. While you’re waiting for the popcorn to pop, put the dates and almonds in a food processor and pulse for 30-45 seconds until crumbly.
  4. In a large mixing bowl combine the date and almond mixture with the popcorn.
  5. Now it’s time to melt the chocolate. Place chocolate in a large bowl over a pan of boiling water. Make sure the bowl and water aren’t touching then wait for chocolate to melt.
  6. Once chocolate is melted, pour the chocolate over the other ingredients in the mixing bowl. Make sure the popcorn is fully coated.
  7. Now press the mixture into the baking dish, try to spread it as evenly as possible.
  8. Place dish in fridge and allow to set for two hours before serving

For more incredible recipes from Sophie's blog click here

My Thoughts:

This is the easiest recipe to whip up ever. You just need a food processor to blend the dates and almonds and you are away. I think they are the perfect healthy alternative to a rocky road, with the same chewy but crunchy textures created by the dates and the popcorn. I'm a huge fan of anything chocolatey and these definitely hit the spot! The only problem is they are way too more-ish!
Let me know if you try making these! 

Whats your favorite healthy snack? 

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The Ultimate Banana Bread (VG, GF, Refined Sugar Free)

Fresh & Pure, Nourish & Glow

How to Make the Ultimate Banana Bread and Recipe Book Review

GF, VG, Natural 

Quick, simple, Tasty, Healthy, Nutritious, Banana, breakfast, recipe, brunch, sweet, vegan, gluten free

I'm a huge fan of any recipe that involves bananas as you can see from this extensive list of banana recipes on my blog! 
Banana Bread is a sweet bread made from; mashed bananas, a form of flour, sweetener and fat. Combining all food groups, it can be eaten as a super healthy and nutritious, snack, breakfast or brunch.

Jules Aron has just produced Two of the most beautiful natural recipe books you could find; Fresh and Pure based on natural beauty recipes and Nourish and Glow providing over 70 holistic recipes to make you look and feel fantastic from the inside out. 
Published on March 6th they combine everything you could ever need to know about holistic beauty, living and recipes, in the most beautifully displayed pages and cover. 
If you were at a loss for something to buy your mum for mothers day then these should definitely be on your radar & I cant wait to hear what everyone thinks of them!

Jules is amazing, and I am so grateful to have received these books; getting the opportunity to create and pour over the recipes she has created.

I decided to show you just how amazing these recipes are by making Jules' Banana Bread. It is the simplest recipe and combines delicious whole foods for a filling and healthy snack, breakfast or brunch option. 

What you will need:

1/4 cup Coconut Oil
4 bananas
1/4 maple syrup
2 tsp Vanilla Extract
1 1/2 cups Gluten Free Oat Flour 
(Blitz up oats using a good food processor, to make your own)
3/4 cup almond meal
1 tsp Baking Powder
1 tsp Baking Soda
1/2 tsp Salt

To Make:

  1. Pre heat oven to 350f, grease an 8 inch loaf pan, with coconut oil and set to side.
  2. Mash Bananas and combine with coconut oil, maple syrup, and vanilla in a blender.
  3. Transfer into a medium bowl and add flour, almond meal, baking powder, baking soda and salt.
  4. Whisk together and add to your pre prepared tin.
  5. Bake for 60-70 minutes- or until a knife come out clean.
  6. Allow to cool before tucking in!

Let me know what you love to have on your banana bread, in the comments. I love mine toasted and covered in agave lemon zest and coconut!

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 About the books:

I am a huge fan of recipe books and was so over the moon to receive these two beautiful hardback copies in my blogger mail. They are stitched hard backs with beautiful golden font, and I know you arent supposed to jusge a book by its cover but these are truly stunning.

Inside the high quality continues, in page after page of beautiful imagery, font and easy to read and follow recipes. I've honestly had my nose in these since I received them and Jules and the team at Contry Man Press have done an amazing job! 

I cant recommend them enough. 

Why Not Try:

 Banana Bread Breakfast Bowl:

I love combining recipes to create one super yummy dish! 
For a perfect brunch option add; my Green Goddess Granola, coconut cream, cranberries, and banana bread to a bowl . Top with desiccated coconut and lemon zest for a super yummy, healthy, and energizing brunch.


Ultimate Cruelty Free Gifts for Her



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Buying the perfect gift for someone can be difficult, especially when you want it to be cruelty free, or ethical. If you have found this page then you are on the hunt for the ultimate cruelty free gift for her, and with this gift guide you will be able to do just that. With Mothers day fast approaching we are all looking for the perfect present; whether you're looking to whisk your mum away, create the perfect spa day, or treat her to the ultimate luxury perfume, this gift guide has you covered.
To save any last minute panic buying this year, this categorised gift guide full of cruelty free presents means that you will be able to produce the perfect cruelty free gift for your mum, no matter what she loves.
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Clive Christian Perfume

Nothing says I love you more than a Perfume. Each scent settles uniquely on the wearer, reminding them of the person or time when they were given the gift; this is why Clive Christian perfumes are my no. 1 ultimate cruelty free Luxury Mother's Day Gift.  None of their products are tested on animals, making them perfect for any individual moving towards a more ethical life. Clive Christian are the ultimate when it comes to luxury perfume, and well worth checking out.  If your mum isn't in need of another perfume; then I'd recommended having a look at their scented candles, which would be amazing as part of a DIY pamper set; you could get creative, putting together a pamper basket filled with face masks, nail varnish, body wash and some dairy free chocolates.

I love receiving perfume, and it's the one thing I will splash out and treat myself to. So whether you are looking to buy a gift, or even fancy treating yourself, have a look at what they have to offer. 

(None of Clive Christian products are tested on animals & the only animal derivatives they use are 'Beeswax Absolute and Hyraceum Absolute' Check the ingredients of the perfume you wish to purchase to ensure you are purchasing one in line with your lifestyle, and ethical views.) 

2. Charitable Mothers Day Gift

Sponsor a Child Action Aid

This is a gift for the mum who has everything. There is no better feeling than knowing that money that would have gone on something you dont need, has gone to someone whose life could completely change because of it. With ActionAid putting women and children at the center of their work, this is the perfect charity to support for Mothers Day, and is the ultimate ethical gift. 

3. The Gift of Serenity 

Ginger, Lemongrass and Neroli Room Mist 

Everyone needs the gift of serenity from time to time, and this room mist is the perfect way to give someone just that. With a mix of Lemongrass, Ginger and Neroli (all of my mums favorite scents rolled into one spray). The Citrus and Lemongrass will 'Energize your mind' whilst the Neroli helps to 'restore your emotions and soothe away stress'. Any busy mum would be so grateful to receive this gift, especially knowing they are breathing in the fresh scent of natural, cruelty free ingredients- no nasties here!

4. The Gift for a Culinary Queen

Mummy Bear, Daddy Bear, Baby Bear Spoon Set 

This set is ideal for any foodie, not to mention its the cutest spoon set ever. The three silver plated spoons are hand stamped to say 'mummy bear, daddy bear, and baby bear (you can even add extra if there is more than one child in the family) like the nursery rhyme 'Goldie Locks & The Three Bears. These spoons are really a keepsake that represent family and a love of food. Honestly, I think every family needs these in their kitchen.

5. Gift from the Heart 

Entwined Heart Earrings made from Recycled Brass

The perfect way to show someone how much you love them is to give jewelry in the shape of a heart...or three. These drop earrings are so subtle and delicate, with three entwined hearts, made from recycled brass, making them the perfect jewelry choice for an ethical gift. 

6. For the Meditative Spirit

The Well being Journal (in collaboration with Mind) 

Developed in partnership with MIND the mental health charity, this journal combines creativity and the opportunity for reflection, through activities, colouring, drawing and quotes. Its the perfect way to enjoy practicing mindfulness wherever you are, and an amazing present to give any mum who loves mindfulness and improving mental well being through reading, writing, and creating.

7. A Gift for the Beauty Lover

Vitamin E Aqua Boost Sorbet

The Body Shop Vitamin E range is so well loved and rightly so. A mattifying facial moisturiser is perfect for any mum on the go, and in need of a product that leaves her skin left feeling moisturised, softened and cooled, whilst its mattifying effect enables foundation to hold and stay all day. This product is one of the Body Shops vegan range, and so is completely cruelty free & perfect for a vegan beauty lover.

8. The Gift of Experience

3 Days Peaceful Country Delight Weekend Yoga Retreat in Kent

For the mums who value experience over material goods, a retreat away is the perfect gift. You could book for her to go with friends who love yoga as well, or book to go with her yourself, also giving the gift of time. You can make memories and build up experiences whilst relaxing and enjoying getting back to nature.

'HIGHLIGHTS of the trip include
  • 3 multi-style yoga classes
  • 1 sound healing meditation
  • 1 raw food nutrition workshop
  • 1 pranayama and meditation class
  • 1 qigong moving meditation class
  • 1 yoga Nidra deep sleep relaxation
  • 5 nutritious uplifting and wholesome vegetarian/vegan meals
  • 2 Nights accommodation in a beautiful secluded barn house'

9. For the Fashion Conscious mum

Thought Sunflower Owen Scarf

Moving into ethical fashion is amazing for our world and this bright yellow sunflower scarf , by Thought, is the perfect ethical gift for the fashion conscious mum. Yellow is massively on trend right now, and it is the perfect bright and cheery colour for spring/summer. Made from bamboo, the women who make the scarves are all paid fairly and the company policies must be followed by employers to ensure fair rights for workers. 

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7. Ultimate Healthy Breakfast Recipe Ideas

Vegan, Gluten Free

So you are looking for food thats quick to make and delicious to eat? 
Look no further, these super quick to make and healthy brunch, snack, or dessert recipes are the ultimate indulgence as well as being good for you.
They are all designed to nourish your body with a mix of healthy fats, fiber, antioxidants and slow release carbs-the essential building blocks for maintaining a healthy weight. 

Recipes in this post:
Caramelized Pear & Cashew Loaded Toast **Bonus Recipe**

Simply click on the heading of each recipe to find out how to make it!


If you are looking for a savory start to your morning then this Granola Recipe is definitely for you. The perfect mix of sweet chewy dates, crunchy cashew oat clusters and crispy kale, this recipe can be made in advance stored and taken out whenever that hunger hits. 
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This one is for those of us who still live as though we are children. Its actually the perfect way of getting kids to eat their fruit and as its so easy to make its an essential for busy mums.
Quick, simple, easy, recipe, vegan, banana, berries, oats, granola, dates, blueberries,


These pancakes are DELICIOUS, I honestly can't tell you how good they are-please give them a go you will fall in love with them as much as I have. They are the perfect mix of fluffy and crispy, soaked in agave, and topped with fruit or nuts they are the ultimate vegan pancake.

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These deliciously sweet oaty pancakes contain Banana an essential form of potassium and carbohydrate. The oats are a form of fiber, preventing fast absorption of sugar into the blood stream and the nutty topping is an essential form of fat that will satiate you and keep your hunger at bay. 
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Berries are an amazing source of anti-oxident they remove free radicles in the body which damage cells-so its really important to get them in your diet! 

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Oats are a perfect slow release carbohydrate, they bind with the sugar in the fruit preventing any nasty sugar spikes keeping you fuller for longer! 



 This is a bonus recipe just for this post and its a complete winner. The caramelized pear is a naturally sweet and warming addition to crunchy granola and seeded bread, with a drizzle of agave. Its totally healthy, filling and delicious.
Recipe, toast, breakfast, brunch, cashew, pear, quick, simple, easy, healthy

Serves 1, Time 10 Mins

What You Will Need:

2 pieces Seeded Bread
1 Pear Cut into 1/4
1 tbsp Cashew Butter
1/4 Almond Milk
1 tbsp Agave Syrup
Agave syrup (optional)
Cinnamon (optional)


Take a saute/frying pan, and place over a medium heat.
Add your cashew butter,agave syrup, and almond milk and mix to combine in a bowl.
Add to the saute pan and place in your pears. 
Cover the pears in the mix and allow to crisp slightly and begin to turn brown. 
Once they are softened and browned remove from heat.
Plave your bread in a toaster and toast.
Add your pear to the toast, drizzle in agave, and sprinkle with cinnamon. 

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